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Amazon Kindle Fire HD tipped for $99 model [UPDATE]

Amazon Kindle Fire HD tipped for $99 model [UPDATE]

Amazon seems to want to shake things up in the tablet sector, as it's rumored that the e-tailer giant will be releasing a $99 Kindle Fire HD 7-inch tablet at some point. Currently, you can get a 7-inch Kindle Fire HD for only $199, which comes with 16GB of storage, but cutting that price down by half seems like quiet the feat.

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ABC reportedly working on live-streaming mobile app

ABC reportedly working on live-streaming mobile app

It seems that networks are finally coming around to the idea of bringing their live content to mobile devices. It's said that US television network ABC is currently working on a mobile app that will be able to live stream broadcasts over WiFi or a data connection as long as users have a cable or satellite subscription.

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BlackBerry acquisition speculation surfaces again thanks to Lenovo CEO

BlackBerry acquisition speculation surfaces again thanks to Lenovo CEO

Remember back in January when Lenovo CFO Wong Wai Ming hinted at a possible acquisition of BlackBerry (formerly known as RIM)? After discrediting those rumors shortly after they surfaced, Lenovo is back with more chatter of the possibility of a BlackBerry buyout. Lenovo CEO Yang Yuanqing says that a BlackBerry acquisition "could possibly make sense."

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Amazon phone reportedly delayed until later this year

Amazon phone reportedly delayed until later this year

We've heard a lot about a possible Amazon smartphone last year, and rumors have been all over the place as far as what to expect and when to expect it. However, the latest rumor is that the supposed Amazon smartphone is delayed yet again and won't see a reveal until later this year. The phone was previously expected to make an appearance sometime next quarter.

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HTC One reportedly delayed due to UltraPixel camera shortage

HTC One reportedly delayed due to UltraPixel camera shortage

Just when we thought everything was good and dandy with HTC's latest smartphone, something just had to cause problems. But of course, what launch goes smoothly these days anyway? It's reported that the HTC One is being delayed to due shortages with the smartphone's UltraPixel camera module, according to industry insiders.

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EA COO accuses website of fabricating Dead Space rumor [UPDATE]

EA COO accuses website of fabricating Dead Space rumor [UPDATE]

Yesterday we reported that it was rumored that Electronic Arts canceled Dead Space 4 after the publisher discovered poor sales of Dead Space 3. However, it turned out to be false, and the yet-to-be-announced game hasn't been canceled, according to EA officials. Furthermore, EA's COO Peter Moore has accused a video game website for fabricating the rumor in the first place.

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Samsung to add “Smart Scroll” and “Smart Pause” in upcoming Jelly Bean update

Samsung to add “Smart Scroll” and “Smart Pause” in upcoming Jelly Bean update

We've talked about some of the rumored features coming to the Galaxy S IV in the past, including "Eye Scroll" and "Eye Pause," two features that track your eyes in order to automatically scroll web pages or pause video, respectively. However, in a couple of leaked photos from an Android 4.2.1 update for the Galaxy S III, it looks like the feature will be coming to Samsung's current flagship device under different names.

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Samsung Galaxy S IV shows up on Expansys

Samsung Galaxy S IV shows up on Expansys

Just last night, EVLeaks dropped some renders of the Galaxy S IV on Twitter, giving us a glimpse at what the new smartphone may look like when its eventually unveiled on March 14. However, it looks like those renders actually came from the device's landing page on Expansys, an online electronics retailer. Furthermore, the tweet from EVLeaks has since been deleted. UPDATE: Expansys has since made clear that these renders come from their web designer and were not meant to be seen as actual images of the device - so cool your jets!

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Samsung Galaxy S IV to come with eye-tracking functionality

Samsung Galaxy S IV to come with eye-tracking functionality

The Galaxy S IV announcement -- or so we think that's what we'll see -- is just 10 days away, and the rumors are simply not stopping, nor should we expect them to. The latest one to feast your eyes on is the supposed implementation of eye-tracking technology in the Galaxy S IV, which will allow users to scroll web pages or apps with their own eyeballs.

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Nokia EOS to sport aluminum body, waterproof nano coating

Nokia EOS to sport aluminum body, waterproof nano coating

We've heard ramblings of Nokia's upcoming rumored flagship before, known as the "EOS" or "Catwalk." This time around, we're hearing some really interesting tidbits of about the phone, most particularly that it'll come with an aluminum outer shell, and will be waterproof thanks to a special nano coating from P2i, which is a partnership that the company's allegedly worked out at Mobile World Congress last week.

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Apple iWatch tipped for 2013 launch

Apple iWatch tipped for 2013 launch

We've been hearing about a lot of buzz about a possible new smartwatch coming straight out of Cupertino. While we've certainly heard a lot about what the alleged watch will feature, we've never heard many rumors about when we'd actually be able to buy the thing. It turns out, however, that sources are saying the iWatch will be available to consumers this year.

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Samsung Galaxy S IV to come in black and white, up to 64GB of storage

Samsung Galaxy S IV to come in black and white, up to 64GB of storage

Samsung's newest smartphone is about to be announced later this month, most likely the Galaxy S IV, and rumors have obviously been flying off the walls as of late. We already saw some of what Samsung was cooking up at Mobile World Congress earlier this week, but it looks like the company will be pulling the "one last thing" trick come March 14.

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